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THE WEDDING EDIT -WEDDING TRENDS 2023



It seems our brides and grooms are opting towards a go big or go home attitude. Not just for the big day but for the whole weekend! Here are some of the trends we have seen post covid days.





WELCOME PARTIES



Ice-breakers are not just for work! Sometimes your guests need a little push to get to know each other and better enjoy the weekend activities before the big day and a welcome party is just that. If it’s a beach wedding, a beach day soccer match or bon fire extravaganza. If it’s a local wedding, a local spot is always a good idea.







Photography by: Kristen Kilpatrick

Event Planning by: House of Margot Blair

Photography by: Menary Weddings

Event Planning by: Westcott Weddings

Photography by: Menary Weddings

Event Planning by: Westcott Weddings





OVER THE TOP CAKES


Long gone are the days for a simple forgotten wedding cake. People are paying attention to their cakes and making them more personal and embellished.


Photography by: Civic Photos


Photography by: Sarah Tribett Photography

Flowers + Event Planning by: House of Margot Blair.

Cake by: Morgan Pearl Cakes









STATEMENT AISLES


Set yourself apart from the traditional straight line with a curved aisle. One of our favorite weddings was this summer wedding which featured a soft curvature to the aisle. This year, we want to create more pronounced "S-Shape" or serpentine designs.










Photography by: Sarah Tribett Photography

Flowers + Event Planning by: House of Margot Blair




COLOR AND TEXTURE


You know our style, the more color the better, and our clients are not shying away from mixing patterns, colors, and textures. Bring on the extra decor moments!













Photography by: Sara Donaldson

Event Planning by: Pearl Events







Photography by: Stephania Campos

Flowers by: House of Margot Blair

Event Planning by: Keely Thorne Events













Photography by: Stephania Campos

Flowers by: House of Margot Blair

Event Planning by: Keely Thorne Events



SPEAKEASY AND MIDNIGHT SNACKS


The after-after party always delights and surprises guests. Brides and grooms will normally do an outfit change and feel more relaxed alongside their friends. Midnight snacks and espresso martinis delight the ongoing crowd and keep the celebrations going.








Photography by: emilyfrancisphotography

Photography by: Stephania Campos

Event Planning by: Keely Thorne Events








Photography by: Lacy Dagerath Photography

Event Planning by: House of Margot Blair













Photography by: Ryan Price Photography

Event Planning by: Sweet August Events





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